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Monumenta Historica Societatis Iesu (MHSI)
The most historic series of IHSI, Monumenta began in Madrid in 1894 and transferred to Rome in 1930, with the establishment of the Institutum Historicum Societatis Iesu (IHSI). There are over 150 volumes in the series, with future volumes restricted now to series already established, such as Monumenta Borgia and Monumenta Sinica. Many of these volumes are available for download.
Monumenta Historica Societatis Iesu (MHSI), nova series
Established in 2005, the new series principally publishes primary source material, in the form of critical editions, reprints, and translations of Jesuit historical writings across a broad range of themes.
Kilian Stumpf SJ. The Acta Pekinensia or Historical Records of the Maillard de Tournon Legation, Volume I December 1705-August 1706. Ed. Paul Rule and Claudia von Collani.
Crónicas desde las Indias Orientales: Segunda parte da História Eclesiástica de Japão y otros escritos por João Rodrigues “Tsûzu” SJ (c.1561-1633). Ed. Giuseppe Marino.
Orazio Smeraldi SJ. Memoirs of Seventeen Boarders at the College of Nobles in Parma: Youth and Education in Early Modern Italy. Ed. Miriam Turrini.
Bibliotheca Instituti Historici Societatis Iesu (BIHSI)
This series is devoted to monographs and edited essay collections on the history and culture of the Society of Jesus. The series was established in 1941 and so far over 70 volumes have been published. Some of the volumes now out of print have been digitised.
Frank Sobiech. Jesuit Prison Ministry in the Witch Trials of the Holy Roman Empire: Friedrich Spee SJ and his Cautio Criminalis (1631).
Pierre-Antoine Fabre, Patrick Goujon SJ, Martín M. Morales SJ ed. La Compagnie de Jésus des Anciens Régimes au monde contemporain (XVIII – XX siècles).
Girolamo Imbruglia, Pierre-Antonie Fabre, Guido Mongini ed. Cinque secoli di Litterae Indipetae – Il desiderio delle missioni nella Compagnia di Gesù.
Subsidia ad Historiam Societatis Iesu (SHSI)
The Subsidia series comprises various research tools for Jesuit history: catalogues of persons, specialized bibliographies, and archival indices. The series was established in 1957. Even in that case, some of the volumes out of print have been digitised.
Moynes, Vera, ed. The Jesuit Irish Mission: A Calendar of Correspondence